reservation of Purebred Dogs,” cover a lot of ground in their own musings on these topics.
What do respect, breed standards, judging, cooking, jazz music, period furniture, museums have in common? Listen in to this wide-ranging and challenging discussion.
“It's a real kind of buffet of ideas about dogs,” Flaim said. “A lot of times we talk about individual dogs and a lot of times we talk about very specific surface things but not as often as I would like do we talk about the ideas and the thoughts behind them.
The thing I really am most proud about this book is, if you're somebody who really is into dogs in more than a surface way, Pat Trotter said that she read it, she's up all night. So I think of it as the book that keeps Pat Trotter awake at night.”